Lee Sung Dang in Gunsan, Jeollabuk-do province is the oldest bakery in Korea. The bakery has been in business in the same location since 1945. It is quite large and upon entering, visitors receive a sense of nostalgia and welcome that only this long-standing bakery can provide.
May Heong Bak Kut Teh, a Malaysian specialty restaurant recently opened in Yeonnam-dong, is now serving up one of the most evocative and unapologetic flavors in Seoul. Opened as the Korean branch of the well-known and much-beloved Pao Xiang Bak Kut Teh in Malaysia, May Heong is an ambitious effort to bring Malaysia’s classic dishes to Seoul.
Tonkasu (pork cutlet) is an old favorite comfort meal for Koreans, and you may easily find restaurants catering to the dish sprinkled around the city.
Located in Seomyeon Market adjacent to Lotte Department Store, Dutum Wang Tonkasu is quite popular for their fresh, handmade breaded deep-fried options and its clean, inviting interior.
Mok hyang is a famous traditional tea house that is located just behind the Ssamzie-gil complex. A traditional two-story, tiled roof house, Mok Hyang is a good place to take a rest from shopping and sightseeing. You can choose from a wide selection of teas and traditional cookies and sweets.
Makgeolli is a deep part of Busan’s history. This fermented rice wine’s origins trace back to the Joseon Dynasty era when people began to brew it at Geumjeongsanseong Fortress, located 800 meters up on the top of Mt. Geumjeong here in Busan.